Angelia “Angie” Dawn Munday Keever
Angelia “Angie” Dawn Munday Keever, 57, of Hiddenite, left this world for her heavenly home on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.
She was born on August 10, 1959, in Iredell County, daughter of James and Hazel Munday of Statesville. Angie graduated from West Iredell in 1978 and worked as a weaver for almost 35 years. She was a member at Freedom Baptist Church, of Hiddenite, since 1999.
Her former husband of 19 years and best friend, Link E. Keever, was her life-long partner and soul-mate. Together, they were blessed with two handsome sons, who are loved and cherished by all who know them. Angie and Link’s eldest son, Rockwell “Rocky” Dustin Keever, is married to Atina Leenerts Keever and lives in Hiddenite. Their younger son, Dallas Russell Keever, is married to Amber Lopeland Keever and lives in N. Little Rock, Arkansas. Their daughter, 5 year-old Charlotte Jane Keever, brought unspeakable joy to her “Grandma Angie,” while touching so tenderly many other people’s hearts. Angie left behind three sisters, Debbie Munday, Dana Threatte, and Pam Locke.
Angie’s one passion and goal in life was to bring joy, smiles, and gifts to all children. Being a child at heart, she wanted all children to know that God loves each and every one of them, no matter what. Angie Keever will be missed, but only for a short time, for God’s children will be gathered very soon to live with Him in Heaven for all eternity. She is now where she so longed to be, Heaven, never to suffer or hurt again.
A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, at 5:00 p.m., at Freedom Baptist Church, in Hiddenite, with the Dr. Sam Vallini officiating. The family will receive friends immediately following the service.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Alexander Funeral and Cremation Service.
Condolences may be sent to www.alexfuneralservice.com.
Link and myself have worked together for many years and he always kept me up to date on Angie’s condition she has been on both my and my wife’s prayer list since her diagnosis and prayed our gracious Lord would heal her. But now we know through her faith in Christ that she is him where there will be no more sorrow and no more pain. Lord pleae comfort Link and his family and all the people who Angie touched during her time here in tnis life please help to bring them understanding and peace and know they will someday meet again.
My sincere condolences to the family for your lived one’s temporary absence; for we have not lost them when we know where they are. I remember Angie, but had not seen her in several years. My prayers for Grace, peace and comfort for those who are still here awaiting our Lord’s return to carry us home to ever be with Him.